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I'm not sure if any of these meet your needs, but TechNet has a blog where they tested several clients for compatibility. VPN Client Compatibility with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 According to them a version for Windows 7 of SafeNet SoftRemote is due out in Q4 2009.


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Have you taken a look at shrew? http://www.shrew.net/software. I've used it on windows machines as a replacement for a specific version of the cisco client which was not playing nicely with windows 7. vpnc combined with network-manager-vpnc is a great option if you're on a linux platform though.


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Install a virtual server inside the remote network and use RRAS for VPN on it. Then expose the relevant ports through the ASA. That way all XP/Vista clients can connect reliably. Mike


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(I can't comment yet, so I'm going to post to ask for clarification initially, then edit as necessary.) If I understand, you're looking for a way to identify specific traffic flows (destination address / subnet, protocol, port combinations) that should be subjected to IPSEC encryption / authentication under Windows 7. Is that accurate? The built-in ISPEC ...


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Came across this article on how to get Windows Vista to connect to a Cisco PIX using a native client. Since ASA is mostly just a glorified PIX, these options might also work for you. I also have to agree with the previous posts that the 'vpnc' client that you can install on Linux is just great, as it does not force any network routes or blockage like the ...


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Well all connection from BB phones goes via the BB server(BB Internet Service). So I dont think there are any tools that does this. A quick search in BB app world for vpn shows only irrelevant applications. The closest I can think of is using https directly to access your web application. But this too will be proxied via the BB proxy servers. So some one ...


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Rather than IPSec VPN, why not use svn+ssh? I only mention this because ssh-ing to an IP is a helluva lot more simple than setting up VPN access - just advertise a random port for your servers, forwarded to your internal server. You will not screw up your server by adding a single route to a 10.x.x.x network (such as 10.1.1.0/24.) Internet-bound traffic ...


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Try OpenVPN. I've used it going from OS X to Linux, and they say the server works great on FreeBSD.


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Having set up IPSec in a simple tunnel mode between two hosts once, I swore I would try and stay away forever. In terms of alternatives to IPSec/IPSecuritas, you might want to investigate setting up a PPTP VPN, as Mac OS X (and other major operating systems) contain a PPTP client built-in. There are two good options for PPTP servers on FreeBSD: net/mpd5 - ...


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What authentication method are you using for the L2TP VPN? It's possible that your devices require a certificate issued from your CA to connect, but if your Macs and Windows PCs are connected to the domain then they'll have this by default. Alternately you can try just using a PPTP VPN and seeing if that works.


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I had a similar cisco vpn client connection problem this morning after an update to pfsense 2.0.3-RELEASE (amd64):: Our problem was that a working cisco vpn client on an earlier version of pfsense 2.0.1-RELEASE (amd64) functioned even with the "Transport" option set to "Enable Transparent Tunneling" Now with the ver 2.0.3-RELEASE i have to diable this to ...


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You likely need to have your system use the local gateway rather than the one on the remote system Right click on the connection icon and click Properties. Click the Networking Tab and click on TCP/IP V4 to select and then click Properties. Click Advanced and UNCHECK "Use default gateway on remote system" You can also have issues if the network on the ...


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I followed the instructions posted in the strongswan wiki for setting up an IKEv1 connection. I was able to apply these instructions to setup a connection on Jellybean http://wiki.strongswan.org/projects/strongswan/wiki/IOS_%28Apple%29. Also do you have the correct entries for the certificates in the ipsec.secrets file and could you post output form logcat ...


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In VPN -> VPN Settings, there is an IPSec pass-through option that must be enabled: It appears that WatchGuard intends this to be used for outbound IPSec VPN connections (from LAN clients to WAN endpoints). To make this work for inbound connections, at minimum you will need to modify the automatically generated IPSec rules to allow inbound connections ...


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But they knew how to do it in windows so they asked me to install forticlient-ssl-vpn. After some more fiddling, it worked. Go to command prompt, and give us the output of route print? I tried to ssh to server using Putty and it did not work. I am able to ping one of the internal IP addresses. Is it the SSH server's IP? Can you telnet to port ...


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Looks like ESP packets are dropping because they can't translate. Got crypto isakmp nat-traversal in your config?


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While it's not the most elegant solution, you can address this problem at the DNS level by using BIND split views, which allow you to present different DNS information to different clients. Since your VPN clients are neatly segregated, the filtering will be simple. Setting up your zone files so that you don't have to make multiple entries for each server ...


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This is how I would set up a VPN in Windows 7. This will show you the variety of options available to you. 1. Choose set up a vpn in the start menu 2. Follow the wizard. Select "Don't Connect Now" 3. Browse to network connections in Control Panel and Right-click your new connection and choose properties 4. Go to the security tab and select IPSEC. ...


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TEsted and working on On ubuntu 9.04 -64 bit Sudo apt-gete install VPNC sudo apt-get install KVpnc ;) import the Cisco VPN profile and enjoy Thanks kartook


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Looks like you can run vpnc under Windows via Cygwin.


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A cludge of a solution: Virtualize your WinXP installation Install Ubuntu 9.04 Install Ubuntu package vpnc (vpn cisco) Install VMWare Run WinXP inside VMWare with NAT interface (not bridging) Establish your VPN with vpnc in Ubuntu, and the Virtual Machine will use that VPN connection. I would consider this a bad solution - too convoluted. You ...


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Cisco VPN is proprietary and will not work with anything but Cisco VPN :-) It is IPSec but it is not compatible with other IPSec clients.



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